1st Cavalry Division truck driver Brian Clement, from Gardner, Maine, relates his experiences in Iraq from March 2004 to March 2005; illustrated with personal video segments filmed in Iraq.
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Firstly awsome contnt, this is a real eye opener!!. No wonder most Iraq people hate American soldiers, honestly If another country came into your country and disrespected you and your property like this I think you would want to kill them to, those soldiers are a descrace to the American Military, and should be serverly punished, It is one thing to not stopping following saefty procautions/Rules, But it's another thing to perposly ram traffic with such intent and then laugh after, It is behaviour such as this which will entice WAR between the Iraq people and America, what a Cowgirl! The content was great I'm glad to see all these side's of war cause we are not all good, all innocent,and here to do the right thing,to restore freedom imagine this guy with a gun, I can just see it now, he would be shooting people and laughing when they jump around in pain. it makes me sick. I respect this soldiers honesty with admitting that he did the same, It is these type of people that need to be running the missions as they at least have respect and remorse.